Birrahl Park

This park contains a playground and some picnic table and seating under natural shade and public amenities

Birrahl Park

Birrahl Park is a long and large open space area that provides access to Beach Access 89 and 90.  The park has two spaces and therefore has two street accesses, one at the North off Yerranya Row and the other to the South off Warrangah Parade. The two spaces of the park are connected via a pedestrian bridge. The Southern space contains a public amenities and plenty of surrounding natural shade. The Norther side contains a large open grass area for kick and throw activities, a playground under shade sails and a couple of picnic tables. This space also has plenty of natural shade and access to the beach.



Warragah Parade, Yaroomba

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